My friend Kim walks the walk and talks the talk. She inspires me….and I'm sure she doesn't even know it. She is the first to help a friend…the first to say "I'll take the the kids…"….she always has sugar when I am in need of a cup….but what I most admire about Kim is the example she sets for her kids when if comes to giving back to your community. She is a busy mom….like all of us. She has been dealt a tough road at times….but always looks at the bright side of things. And she makes time at least once a month to take her kids into church and make sandwiches for the hungry. The kids make pb and j…and then when the care packaged lunches are finished they take them downtown to the shelters in our community. What an example she is setting….she is teaching her kids…no matter how many stresses you have in your own life…there is someone who is struggling more. It is a lesson that is difficult to teach…when everywhere the kids turn there is someone with more…someone with this new gadget…or some new toy….but it is the most valuable lesson of all. Take care of those who cannot take care of themselves. Kudos Kim….;)
Walmart wants to help you to be able to give back even more. They are working with customers, suppliers and associates nationwide to donate up to 53 million meals to Feeding America and give $2.5 million for hunger relief. One and six American's this year will not know where their next meal will come from. Sad to think of that statistic.Fighting Hunger Together is how you can help!
I encourage you to reach out…get involved and help the cause.
On that website, people can learn more about the different ways to fight hunger for their community and Americans nationwide.Golden Spark promotion
With everyone being conscious about what products we are buying that will help with hunger relief
little choices start to make a big impact. Products that you buy everyday…like Kraft mac n cheese and Cherrios.
Help your neighbors….and teach your kids to look out for others at the same time.
Tell me….comment here and let us know ways that you have helped your community…ideas are best when shared!